Montoya's memories of a lost rival and rising star
Twenty years ago this week, rising star Gonzalo Rodriguez lost his life at Laguna Seca just as he was on the cusp of a career breakthrough having secured a top Indycar drive. His friend and rival Juan Pablo Montoya remembers him
At Spa two weeks ago, a promising young talent - Anthoine Hubert - was lost in an instant, just as he seemed to be on the road to achieving his dream after years of building it with passion, dedication and a bit of stubbornness.
Twenty years ago this week, the same happened to another young driver in a similar position - though in Gonzalo Rodriguez's case, Spa had been the scene of some of his greatest moments rather than his tragedy. It was at Laguna Seca, in practice for what would have been his second Indycar race, that Rodriguez lost his life on 11 September 1999, aged 27, in a practice crash at the Corkscrew.
Last Sunday, Alex Palou delivered his first IndyCar victory on his Chip Ganassi Racing debut. Is the young Spaniard going to become his legendary teammate Scott Dixon’s biggest title threat? DAVID MALSHER-LOPEZ investigates Palou's potential
IndyCar's gold standard teams Ganassi and Penske are set for another slugfest beginning this weekend at Barber Motorsports Park. A poor start to the first season with the new aeroscreen left Josef Newgarden with too much ground to make up on Scott Dixon in the title chase, but his strong end to 2020 suggests a battle royale lies ahead...
Often unfairly characterised as a car-breaker, judged for his lack of an Indianapolis 500 win and a disappointing part-season of Formula 1 in 1993, Michael Andretti was highly respected by his rivals and only thwarted greater success by ill-fortune. When it all came together in 1991, he was a truly formidable force
The second year of McLaren's full-time IndyCar return is looming, with Patricio O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist leading its line-up. Strong team personnel and work behind the scenes means that 2021 could be the year it joins the established elite
Flashes of brilliance amid spells of obscurity have been too common for Marco Andretti. While the third-generation racer has opted to bring his full-time IndyCar career to a close, his peaks and troughs have never been for want of trying
A byword for success in business and in motorsport for over 50 years, Roger Penske's importance to the US scene cannot be understated. In an exclusive interview, the custodian of the IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway reflects on his journey
When founder Bruce McLaren died in June 1970, his team could have folded. Instead, his loyal band rallied to produce a string of winners - including an Indycar game-changer that won its third Indianapolis 500 five years after its debut
IndyCar's 2020 aeroscreen to make on-track debut next month
Felix Rosenqvist: IndyCar is "toughest beast"